St. Teresa’s School, a Catholic Independent School, are seeking an enthusiastic Class Teacher to join our passionate team. At St Teresa's we pride ourselves on our loving ethos, where all children are valued and nurtured to become the best that they can be. Our small class sizes ensure that staff know children well and therefore can help each individual, to develop their unique gifts. The successful applicant will be passionate about education and working with students of all abilities with the talent to drive them to be outstanding. They will hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and will have excellent classroom practice.
If you are passionate about teaching, have a commitment to personal excellence and are ready for a new challenge, we welcome your application.
More information about the post and an online application form can be found on our website http://www.st-teresas.bucks.sch.uk or call the school office to visit the school.
Applicants should submit a fully completed application form to Mrs Paula Cunningham, Head’s PA: email@example.com or contact the school office to visit the school
Please note that CV’s or incomplete application forms will not be considered. All other applications will be considered, however, only those that are shortlisted will be contacted. St. Teresa’s School reserves the right to close adverts earlier than the stated deadline. If you are shortlisted for interview you may be required to provide further information.
Salary – Dependent on experience
Hours of work – Full time
Contract – Permanent
Start date – April 2019
Application closing date – 26th November 2018
Interview dates – Week of 3rd December 2018
St Teresa’s School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.
St Teresa’s School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Please refer to the following documents –
- Our Safeguarding Policy
- Keeping Children Safe in Education: for school and college staff September 2018*
- Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006*
- Working together to safeguard children *
– and note that in cases where any person (whether employed, contracted, a volunteer or student) has harmed, or poses a risk of harm to a child and has been removed from working (paid or unpaid) with children, or would have been removed had he or she not left earlier, the circumstances are promptly reported by the school to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
Staff will be vetted for suitability to work in a school as per the current regulations. This includes checks on identity, the right to work in the UK and medical fitness. Consideration will be given to making a referral to the National College for Teaching and Leadership where a teacher has been dismissed for misconduct (or would have been dismissed had he/she not resigned first).
*Statutory guidance from the Department for Education